Our thanks go to the many individuals who have given generously of their time and advice as we prepared this exhibition. In particular we would like to thank Katayama Mabi, Andrew Maske, Watanabe Yoshirō, Morgan Pitelka, Ōhashi Kōji, Sooa McCormick, Louise Cort, Baihui Duan, and Airi Yagi.

We would also like to thank the many museums, galleries, and libraries, who made digital images of their objects available for free, or for a small fee: Keio University Library, National Diet Library of Japan, Smithsonian Institution, Victoria and Albert Museum, Gyeongju National Museum, National Institute of Korean History, National Museum of Korea, Namjang Temple, Sekigahara Town History and Folklore Museum, Seoul Baekje Museum, Tokyo National Museum, National Archives of Japan, Kyoto Prefectural Archives, Gifu Kani City, Jinju National Museum, National Folk Museum of Korea, The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, The British Museum, Kagoshima Prefectural Archaeological Center, Kagoshima Prefectural Museum of Culture REIMEIKAN, Kyushu National Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gwangju National Museum, Nabeshima Chokokan Museum, Kyushu Ceramic Museum, Integrated Collections Database of the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage Japan (Colbase), National Museum of Korea (eMuseum), Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA), National Museum of Asian Art (Smithsonian Institution).

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 758347).